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The following are a selection of economic and financial markets analysis online video's.

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Marc Faber - "Total Collapse Will Come" - Economic Armageddon - Dollar Crash22nd Sept 2009 - 7 minutes

Marc Faber predicts with certainty that the United States will go through high inflation and a lower standard of living. Expect wars and currency re-evaluation.

Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve18th August 2009 - 42 minutes

Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson understood "The Monster". But to most Americans today, Federal Reserve is just a name on the dollar bill. They have no idea of what the central bank does to the economy, or to their own economic lives; of how and why it was founded and operates; or of the sound money and banking that could end the statism, inflation, and business cycles that the Fed generates.

Dedicated to Murray N. Rothbard, steeped in American history and Austrian economics, and featuring Ron Paul, Joseph Salerno, Hans Hoppe, and Lew Rockwell, this extraordinary new film is the clearest, most compelling explanation ever offered of the Fed, and why curbing it must be our first priority.

Alan Greenspan is not, we're told, happy about this 42-minute blockbuster. Watch it, and you'll understand why. This is economics and history as they are meant to be: fascinating, informative, and motivating. This movie could change America.

Deflation is Winning. Are You?3rd July 2009 - 20 minutes

The mainstream media couldn't predict the biggest bear market in 100 years; how do you expect them to anticipate what will unfold next? Watch this quick video clip from financial analyst and sought-after speaker Steven Hochberg about why you should challenge the consensus view for inflation. Then access the full 20-minute video, FREE.

CNBC Jim Cramer's Reptitive WRONG Market Calls11th March 2009 - 30 minutes (total)

"He Has No Idea, NO IDEA, of how Bad his Market Calls are" - This article continues on from where the last one left off ( Why Watching CNBC Could Destroy Your Portfolio) in the deconstruction of CNBC talking bobble heads repeatedly bullish market calls whilst the stocks bear market continued to rage, that continued to destroy the value of CNBC viewers portfolios. This article focus's CNBC's chief stock picking guru, Jim Cramer's market calls against actual outcomes which will hopefully prevent the further destruction of portfolio values.

11th March 2008 - Bear Stearns is fine, do not take your money out, BEAR STERNS is fine, Do not move your money out of Bear Stearns, Don't be Silly (ALL with the backdrop of the Bear Stearns Stock price)

6 Days Later - Bear Stearns Loses 90% of its value, and Jim Cramer attempts to revise history about what he implied on the 11th, but the video does NOT lie. HIS STOCK PICKING CNBC SHOW, WHILST REFERRING TO THE BEAR STEARN'S STOCK PRICE TOLD INVESTORS TO STAY PUT!

13th June 2008 - Jim Cramer's bull market buy calls - Says buy Banks, Buy Brokers, Wells Fargo, JP Morgan and tech stocks, and home builders, retailers.

Says NOT to buy oil and gas.

20th June 2008 - Jim revises history, he says - If you own banks and retailers then you are like the golam, not listening to him. He says if you own banks, home builders and retailers then you will be in pain, despite the fact that he specifically recommended buying bank stocks and retailers a week earlier.

Now he says the most important sector he recommends that you should have bought is oil and natural gas, whilst forgetting that the previous week he said NOT to buy them !

The Oracle with Max Keiser: The AIG Black Hole 6th March 2009 - 30 minutes (total)

This weeks topics :

  • Gordon Browns Global New Deal
  • Great Depression II
  • Right Wing Protests Against Obama's Plan
  • U.S. States Could go Bankrupt
  • AIG / Goldman Sachs Never Ending Bailout
  • Global leveraged Ponzi scheme
  • Citigroup heading for Nationalisation
The Oracle - Weekly, with Max Keiser : Eastern Europe Debt Defaults 1st March 2009 - 10 minutes

This weeks "The Oracle" presented by Max Keiser for BBC World Service with the main guest Jim Rogers seeks to predict the news before it happens.

This weeks topics :

  • Latvia goes bust
  • Eastern European economies facing collapse and debt default of $1.5 trillion loaned from Western European Banks
  • Bailing out the rich
  • The Oracle Predicts - New Global Economy
  • The Oracle Predicts - Good Europe / Bad Europe
  • Demise of the IMF
  • Swiss Banking Crisis and Tax havens
  • Rick Santelli Rant
  • Hillary Clinton - US and China in the Same Boat rowing in the same direction ...... over the waterfall
  • China bailout of the United States
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Why Watching CNBC Could Destroy Your Portfolio28th February 2009 - 10 minutes

August 2007 - Dow Jones 13,000 - What do the CNBC Talking Heads Recommend Investors Should do ?

Ned Riley - Himself 75% Invested in Stocks, recommends investing into the Big Banks and a viewer nearing retirement should go to 90% invested in stocks. Believes US stocks will rise by 9 to 11% per annum for next 10 years. If you followed Ned's advice your portfolio has now been wiped out!

Vern Haden - Waffles on without saying anything other than investors should remain allocated as is.

Peter Schiff - Poor Peter, right on the economy and financial stocks but wrong on many of his other investments - Says the Dollar will collapse, interest rates will go sky high, and invest in foreign stock markets and commodities, as of writing only gold has shined from Peters picks.


1. If you watch CNBC, then TURN OFF THE VOLUME. That single act will improve the chances of your portfolio surviving more than anything else.

2. EDUCATE YOURSELF - Investment managers skim a % off your funds invested with them, usually regardless of performance. Investors need to take responsibility for their investments, if they cannot then leave them in cash deposits.

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The Credit Crisis Visualized23rd February 2009 - 8 minutes

The is a short and simple story of the credit crisis. The goal of giving form to a complex situation like the credit crisis is to quickly supply the essence of the situation to those unfamiliar and uninitiated.

Inside Story on Septembers Financial and Economic Meltdown 20th February 2009 - 56 minutes
On Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008, the astonished leadership of the U.S. Congress was told in a private session by the chairman of the Federal Reserve that the American economy was in grave danger of a complete meltdown within a matter of days. "There was literally a pause in that room where the oxygen left," says Sen. Christopher Dodd (D-Conn.) As the housing bubble burst and trillions of dollars' worth of toxic mortgages began to go bad in 2007, fear spread through the massive firms that form the heart of Wall Street. By the spring of 2008, burdened by billions of dollars of bad mortgages, the investment bank Bear Stearns was the subject of rumours thatit would soon fail.
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$550 Billion Electronic Run on U.S. Banks 7th February 2009 - 6 minutes

2 minutes and 20 seconds into this C-Span video clip, Rep. Paul Kanjorski of Pennsylvania explains how the Federal Reserve told Congress members about a "tremendous draw-down of money market accounts in the United States, to the tune of $550 billion dollars." According to Kanjorski, this electronic transfer occurred over the period of an hour and threatened a further $5 trillion to be drawn out triggering a total collapse of the Worlds Financial System, which then prompted Hank Paulson's emergency $700 billion TARP bailout action.

Roubini: "Synchronized Global Recession"15th January 2009 - 7 minutes

Roubini - $700 Billion TARP is not enough to rescue banks.


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